A recently renovated hotel, just a few blocks from the falls, with an indoor pool
Hotel at a Glance: Wyndham Garden at Niagara Falls
The newly renovated Wyndham Garden at Niagara Falls lies in the entertainment district on the American side of Niagara Falls. It’s right across the street from America’s oldest state park and in front of the Rainbow Bridge, which links the American side of the falls to the Canadian side. Visitors can easily walk or drive across the bridge to visit Horseshoe Falls. It’s also a block away from the Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino and a short drive from the Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls. All guest rooms have been renovated and boast wall-mounted flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, workstations, upgraded furniture, and amenity cabinets that house a refrigerator and coffee and tea maker.
- Best spot to see the falls on American soil: the observation tower in Niagara Falls State Park, which is a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
- Good for kids: There’s an indoor pool.
- Cheers!: This getaway comes with two wine splits at check-in.
- Eat, drink, and be merry This Getaway comes with $5 off $20 at Starbucks at Chill 443 and $10 off $40 Rainforest Café inside the Sheraton Hotel.
- Additional perks: Parking is included in the offer
Niagara Falls, New York: Spectacular Waterfalls at United States–Canada Border
Every second, hundreds of thousands of gallons of water cascade down Niagara Falls. You can watch the water spill over jagged cliffs from pedestrian bridges and observation decks. The best view, though, might be from the Hurricane Deck, a wooden platform located 20 feet from Bridal Veil Falls. From spring to fall, you can access the platform by taking the Cave of the Winds tour, during which professional guides lead poncho-clad visitors to Bridal Veil Falls via wooden pathways. For an up-close encounter with the falls, you can book a ride aboard the Maid of the Mist; the tour boat shuttled sightseeing guests to the base of the thundering Horseshoe Falls for more than 100 years and continues to operate on the American side of the falls.
Millions of tourists have flocked to Niagara Falls since the early 1800s. Around that time, Napoleon Bonaparte’s younger brother honeymooned in the area with his American bride; scores of newlyweds followed in their footsteps, earning Niagara Falls the nickname of “Honeymoon Capital of the World.” But it’s not just romantics that flock to the border town; it’s also a family-friendly destination, thanks to its indoor water parks, an aquarium, arcades, and casinos for the 21-and-older crowd. For outdoorsy types, the 400-acre Niagara Falls State Park offers miles of hiking trails.